Monday, 18 April 2016

Protein Lion Bars

No sugar, no flour and no butter!

Let’s call this the new healthy lifestyle. No food is bad, just what’s in it is bad. I no longer wish to buy things from store as it contains so many unhealthy things in it. Then i have been looking around to make something healthy and is still sweet enough.

So i came across the blog of Marissa. She has a passion of food, sports and loosing weight. 
Go check her out HERE.

There are a lot or recipes to find on the net, but this one really catched by eye. As i used to adore the Lion bars from store. This way i can still eat lion bar, but then i know what’s inside and it’s all good :)

First of all i must say that this really does not take much time and i followed the recipe as Marissa made it. except i have added a chocolate topping for more chocolate heaven tasteness and a bit more crunchy crisps. You can add also more nuts or less as you wish :D
Original recipe of hers you can find HERE.

INGREDIENTS (it will make the amount of 1 lasagna dish)

3 Tbsp of nut pasta
40 gr of mixed nuts
2 Tbsp of mixed nuts (chopped a bit)
2 Tbsp of oatmeal
2 Medjoul dates or 4 normal dates
1 Tbsp of Honey
50 gr of pure chocolate (i used 86% cacao)

Chocolate Topping :

25 gr of coconut oil 
3 Tbsp of Raw cacao
30 gr of honey

TIP : If you leave out the whey isolate crisps, it will not be so crunchy. You could also use Quinoa pops or Amaranth pops.

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Roasted nuts Tofu rice Bowl

Healthy in every Way

I must admit i look around pretty much at other foodblfoggers and what they come up with. Some people even inspire me to create my own variation on it. And sometimes i have to make my own variation cause i simply can not find the ingredients.
Here it was no different. Though the recipe turned out really good and hubby loved it :)

The inspiration comes from Vegan Richa. She has wonderful recipes and i’m sure i will try some more in the future. I even bought her book which is really good if you are in to indian vegan food.
See also my side bar on the right.

As i’m a creator myself, i made my own version of it, but the main recipe comes from her : which i’m really thankful for.


1 big Tbsp of Coconut oil (no vergine)
100 gr of mixed nuts (but mainly cashew, walnut and macadamia)
1 dried red chili pepper chopped with seeds (depending on your spiciness)
4 cloves of garlic finely chopped
1 cm of Ginger without rind and chopped
1 small onion chopped
1 spanish green pepper and 1 red bell pepper (chopped)
1 spring onion in rings
200 gr of smoked tofu in cubes
Salt and pepper

For the Sauce

1 Tbsp of Soy sauce
3 Tbsp of Ketjap Sauce
3 Tbsp of rice wine vinegar
1/4 tsp of Palm sugar
1/4 cup of water
1/4 tsp of sesame oil (from Tahin jar)

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